Stephanie Hammonds

Stephanie Hammonds is a survivor of ovarian cancer and was first diagnosed in 2009. She is involved with various cancer-related speaking engagements, including with the Ovarian Cancer National Alliance's Survivors Teaching Students Program®. She is a life-long artist, freelance writer, lover of Italian cooking, mom and grandmom.

Coping With Cancer: One Size Does Not Fit All

January 23, 2017

Coping with cancer and treatments looks different for everyone.

With Cancer, Could I Feel Better if I Look Good?

December 22, 2016

Can an American Cancer Society workshop help women with cancer look and feel better?

A Positive Take on Ovarian Cancer Month

September 22, 2016

Hammonds discusses how she leaves the scary stuff behind and focuses, instead, on the good stuff after ovarian cancer.

Am I a Cancer Survivor?

September 06, 2016

I’m not sure that’s the right term. Do I have a choice?

Post-Treatment Jitters: What Happens When Chemotherapy Ends?

August 31, 2016

What happens when chemotherapy ends?

Fibromyalgia and Cancer

August 02, 2016

Handling two illnesses at once is not always easy.

Chemobrain? Get Out the Pen and Paper

June 28, 2016

When treatment for cancer causes memory problems, try taking notes to help remember.